With the recent changes on Triond concerning commenting and being clueless as to whether you got comments this article helps bring some productivity to the fore.
Since Triond changed the system of commenting in mid June 2012 to one where you have to cvomment via Facebook, Yahoo, Hotmail or AOL, comments are no longer showing up on one’s Dashboard. Someone can comment on your article and you would not know they commented on your article unless you went back to the article. I used to check all my comments via the http://www.triond.com/content/comments link and then go to the articles via their links showing up in the comments table. Now you would have to open every article link to see if you got any comments. For those with five articles or photos that is not a problem, but for those with hundreds or thousands of articles that is a royal pain. There is no ideal fix for this situation but there are a few tips that can help you do this relatively efficiently.
(1) If you do not have Firefox as your browser you will need it for this trick.
(2) After you download Firefox download and install the cool “Multi Links” add-on at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/multi-links/.
(3) Go to your “Published Content” page at http://www.triond.com/content/published and then go to the arrow next to the “Show Rows” button at the bottom of your page.
(4) When the “Published content” page refreshes now showing your list of fifty articles, right click on the first article on the page and hold and drag the mouse to the last article on the page. This will open all fifty articles SIMULTANEOUSLY!
Image via Triond and shelpeare
The red rectangles you see in the above screenshot are the links over which I dragged the mouse. Only the ones with those red rectangles will open simultaneously.
(5) After you have viewed all fifty articles and closed them you can click at the bottom of the page on the page 2 link with another batch of fifty articles and repeat step #4.
Do not be overjoyed that your page views may go up by fifty etc. Google did not suddenly smile on you. That merely happened because you opened fifty pages. Do not try to use this handy tool to open your articles unnecessarily. However, I know of no other way for any Trionder to see their comments at present without opening them individually and getting some form of joint pain long before reaching the 400 article mark. Make sure you have a fast computer and a fast internet connection as your pages may “stick.” You can lessen the amount of pages opened if that is the case.
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